4 deleted 27 characters in body
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InFrom the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd @ 0xYourAddress

pd @ 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd @ 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

From the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd @ 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

3 added 2 characters in body
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In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd @ 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd @ 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

2 added 41 characters in body
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In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

In the manual:

  • 'p' stands for print.
  • 'd' stands for disassemble (raw usually)

Try:

pd 0xYourAddress

Note: I am unsure if this will work in the event of an exception.

For anyone -1'ing, care to explain why?

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